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[audio]C Chanter #6 - Tommy Martin
2 reels ( The Templeglantine and the Mountain Road Reels) played on a C uilleann pipes chanter made by Tommy Martin in Ebony, brass and imitation ivory. See tompipes.com for pictures.
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 243
[audio]Rosewood C Chanter #4 - Tommy Martin
The Scholar Reel played on a rosewood C Uilleann Pipe chanter made by Tommy Martin
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 215
[audio]Blackwood C Jig - Tommy Martin
Unknown Jig played on a C Uilleann pipes chanter in African Blackwood made by Tommy Martin
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 423
[audio]Kildare Hornpipe / Castle Kelly / Sailor's Bonnett - Pat Mitchell
uilleann piping solo
Keywords: uilleann
Downloads: 34
[audio]Boy In The Gap / Ragged Hank of Yarn
Emmett Gill
Keywords: uilleann; pipes; uilleann pipes
Downloads: 57
[audio]Kilfinane Jig & Allistrum's March, Emmett Gill
Uilleann piping solo by Emmett Gill
Keywords: uilleann; pipes; uilleann pipes
Downloads: 41
[audio]Rosewood chanter#4 - Tommy Martin
Reel on C Uilleann Pipe chanter made by Tommy Martin
Keywords: uilleann pipes
Downloads: 300
[audio]The Fox Chase - Edmund Hyland
A descriptive piece of music played on the Ulleann Pipes by Tommy Martin.The pipes here were made by Kevin Thompson of Dublin and the chanter was made by Leo Rowsome.
Keywords: uilleann pipes
Downloads: 755
[audio]The Gold Ring / Dan Collin's Father's Jig
Irish traditional music
Keywords: uilleann pipes; uilleann; concertina; Niall; Cillian; Vallely
Downloads: 154
[audio]Dark woman of the Glen (air) - Leo Rowsome
HMV IM 1016: Dark woman of the Glen (air) / Mountains of Pomeroy; Ireland Abu; Jackets Green
Keywords: Leo Rowsome uilleann pipes
Downloads: 234
[audio]Boy In The Gap / Ragged Hank of Yarn
Irish traditional music. uilleann pipes. fiddle.
Keywords: Irish music; uilleann pipes; fiddle
Downloads: 46
[audio]Leo Rowsome The Blackbird (1925)
Irish bagpipes solo, Winner 4261: The Blackbird (1925)
Keywords: traditional irish music uilleann pipes
Downloads: 305
[audio]The Wounded Husar - Eoin Kenny
Uilleann Pipes
Keywords: Uilleann Pipes; Slow airs; Traditional Irish Music
Downloads: 32
[audio]Fairychildair - Eoin Kenny
Fairy Child. Slow air. Lament
Keywords: Uilleann pipes; traditional irish Music; Lament Eoin Kenny
Downloads: 27
[audio]The Hunt - Nelius O'Cronin
Irish bagpipes solo, Parlophone E3615. O'Cronin played with Leo Rowsome in the All Ireland Trio, according to Leo's son Liam. O'Cronin played flute in the group, Leo pipes, Seamus O Mathuna fiddle. O'Cronin also founded the Cork Volunteer Pipe Band. He died in 1930. I have always thought this was Leo himself playing the pipes, it is such beautiful music, and of such a high standard of playing. The original disc had a chip in its side, hence this dub beginning a few seconds into the recording.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 748
[audio]The Job of Journeywork - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, HMV B2548. Walsh's version of the old set dance. The drones are unfortunately a bit dominant in the mix. Balance problems like this were not uncommon with old piping recordings.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 468
[audio]Green Groves of Erin, Broom Reel - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, HMV B 2549. The Green Groves was recorded on wax cylinder by Jem Byrne, who like Walsh was a student of the Rowsome family of pipers. Leo Rowsome recorded the Broom reel the same year as Walsh. It is often called by its title from O'Neill's, Sheehan's reel.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 590
[audio]Big Pat's, The Swallow's Tail - Leo Rowsome
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca W4681. Big Pat was a flute playing police officer who worked with Francis O'Neill at the Deering Street Police Station in Chicago. O'Neill named this reel in his honor, remarking that Big Pat would swing his legs to keep time, unlike the more typical practice of stomping feet. Leo picked up many tunes from books like O'Neill's, devising piping settings, many of which are found in the book the Leo Rowsome Collection of Irish Music...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 905
[audio]Boys of Bluehill, Fisher's - Leo Rowsome and Frank O'Higgins
Irish bagpipes and violin, REX 5001. This record had "HIGGINS - VIOLIN" which almost certainly refers to Dublin fiddler Frank O'Higgins, a popular artist both on radio and recordings. I believe Frank was also the fiddler on the marches and jigs already reissued on Topic LP/CD. The two made for a very tight duet, with a very nice Scotch Snap in the Boys of Bluehill. This isn't the usual Fisher's hornpipe, but rather a tune usually called the Minstrel's Fancy...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 1,139
[audio]Humours of Bandon - Long Dance - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Cardinal 2029, John Muller - piano. Ennis also recorded this tune (and the same set of reels on the flipside of this disc) in 1923 as a duet with fiddler James Morrison. Ennis's recordings always say "Long Dance" for this kind of tune; another term, "Set Dance," is more commonly used now. These are tunes in jig time (such as this one) or hornpipe time (the Blackbird for instance), which have a few extra bars, usually in the second part...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 589
[audio]Ragan's Jig, Nora Greena - Tom Ennis
Irish pipes, unknown piano player, Columbia 33394-F, also released in England. Sligo fiddler Paddy Killoran recorded a three part version of the first jig under the title the Luckpenny, and it is his version and name that are generally used nowadays. The title of the second jig is a corruption of the Irish Nóra Chríonna (Wise Nora). Such corruptions are common in old tunebooks. The great Clare piper Willie Clancy called this setting "Patsy Touhey's version," according to Pat Mitchell, editor o...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 745
[audio]Haymaker's Dance (Mouse in the Cupboard, Rambling Pitchfork) - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca F 3818. Walsh's 1933 recordings included "Figure Dances" such as this one, and the Fairy Reel, Walls of Limerick, Rogha an Fhile, and Stack of Barley (which doesn't include the hornpipe of that name). These two jigs are played with outstanding punch and lift, Walsh was much more at home in the studio by this time and had perfected his very exciting combination of regulator tapping and lovely swinging chanter playing.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 581
[audio]Cherish the Ladies - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes, Gennet 5283, Harry Race - piano. Ennis has a fascinating setting of this old five part jig, said to be a composition of the famous piper Jackson. There is also a nice two part setting from Sligo as well, recorded by both Michael Coleman and his student Hughie Gillespie, called the Pathway to the Well in a tunebook published by Mayo fiddler John McGrath.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 522
[audio]The Flogging Reel - Liam Walsh and J. O'Mahoney
Irish bagpipes and fiddle, unknown piano player, Edison Bell Winner 3913. James O'Mahoney was featured in Francis O'Neill's book Irish Musicians and Minstrels. According to Tommy Kearney Walsh and O'Mahoney were "great pals." The Flogging Reel was often recorded on 78s, and many different versions exist for comparision.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 758
[audio]Trim the Velvet - Reels - Tom Ennis
Irish pipes, unknown piano player, Columbia 33421-F, also released in England. Ennis had earlier recorded this medley twice solo - and in duet with fiddler James Morrison - company records show rejected takes of it too! The source in O'Neill's Music of Ireland for Trim the Velvet is Tom's father John, also a piper. The second reel was called the Maid Behind the Bar on most old 78s but is generally now called Kiss the Maid Behind the Barrel.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 523
[audio]The Frieze Britches - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, HMV B 2549. Walsh's version can be contrasted with those of Tom Ennis and Leo Rowsome. He plays a very sharp C note in the third part, much as he did in his recording of Rakish Paddy.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 670
[audio]The Blackbird (Decca version) - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca F3817. Walsh had recorded this earlier, but this version is much more exciting, with almost a "Scotch snap" feel in places, and an amazing syncopation between regulators and chanter, that is characteristic of the sides he made for Decca in 1933. Also the tempo is much more moderate than the often rushed speeds of his earlier sides. The flip side of this was Walsh's version of the reel the Bucks of Oranmore, which may be heard on Rounder's CD From Galway to Dublin.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 614
[audio]Three Drops of Brandy - Reel - Patrick Fitzpatrick
Irish bagpipes solo, Columbia A2309. Fitzpatrick was a Leitrim flute player who learned the Highland pipes as a teenager in Scotland, and took up the Irish pipes in America. He was a sucessful buisnessman who built a venue, Celtic Hall, in New York City, and also toured with various vaudeville companies. His simple lively piping, augmented by his intermittent taps and chords on his regulators, is typical of the pipers recorded in America at this time...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 665
[audio]The Humours of Bantry, Haste to the Wedding (with J. O'Mahoney, fiddle) - Liam Walsh and J. O'Mahoney
Irish bagpipes and fiddle, unknown piano player, Edison Bell Winner 3913. Barry O'Neill, in the liner notes of the 78s reissue LP Wheels of the World (1975), used this recording as an example of record company indifference to faulty performances, as Walsh stays in the first part of the Humours while O'Mahoney continues into the second. Often record companies would have artists do three takes of a side, and pick the best one...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 618
[audio]The Stack of Barley Medley (Alexander's, Dunphy's) - Liam Walsh
Irish bagpipes solo, Decca F3816. Walsh had recorded Dunphy's in 1924, which can also be heard on this site. Alexander's is printed in O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903), but strangely enough not in the more common Dance Music of Ireland (1907). Nevertheless it seems to have always been a popular piper's tune. Some more instances of him using the Scotch Snap (a sixteenth note leading into an eighth note) are present in both tunes, a device which was rarely heard after the 78 era...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 534
[audio]Miss McLeod's Reel, Rakish Paddy - Tom Ennis, Redie Johnson, Tom Quigley
Irish bagpipes, accordion, fiddle, Gennet 5040, John Muller - piano. The tunes are played in reverse order of their listing. Like the other set of reels she recorded with Ennis Johnson doesn't shy away from playing tunes with a C natural, as in Rakish Paddy here, or My Love is on the Ocean on the other record, despite the melodeons usually played around this time having one row of keys, giving a simple diatonic scale which in D would have no C natural note available...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Accordion; Fiddle
Downloads: 882
[audio]The Maid in the Meadow, The Frieze Breeches, Pay the Reckoning - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo with piano, Pathe 20550. The first jig is the same melody as the reel the Green Fields of America and the song Purty Molly Brannagan. Ennis plays a couple of staccato ornaments in the first part, first time through, on the C and B; these involve the note sequence C-GFC and B-GFB, and is called backstitching. Owing to the inability of the piper to play C natural staccato at a quick pace, pipers play C# instead, giving a strange tonality to the tune...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 638
[audio]Louden's Bonnie Woods And Braes - Patrick Fitzpatrick
Irish bagpipes solo, Lyric 4117, NYC ca 1919. Irish bagpipes solo, Lyric 4117, NYC ca 1919. Fitzpatrick was a Leitrim flute player who learned the Highland pipes as a teenager in Scotland, and took up the Irish pipes in America. He was a sucessful buisnessman who built a venue, Celtic Hall, in New York City, and also toured with various vaudeville companies. His simple lively piping, augmented by his intermittent taps and chords on his regulators, is typical of the pipers recorded in America at ...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 826
[audio]My Former Wife - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes with piano, label and date of recording unknown, possibly Pathe 20402. This tune isn't listed in Spottswood's Discography of Ethnic Recordings, which has a comprenhensive section on US-made Irish discs. Pathe 20402 was listed simply as "Irish Jigs Medley" so perhaps this tune was part of that set. It was recorded around a century ago on a wax cylinder in very fierce style by Chicago piper James Early and fiddler Billy McCormick, whose instrument is almost inaudible, allowing us to...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 503
[audio]Humours of Bantry, Humours of Cappagh, Rakes of Clonmel - Leo Rowsome and His Irish Piper's Band
Irish bagpipes, violin, drum, HMV IM480. Two of this charming trio's recordings were reissued on the Classics of Irish Piping LP/CD. According to Sean Reid (who wrote the reissue's liner notes) it was an impromptu recording of Leo and two studio musicians who weren't players of Irish music, but read off charts Leo wrote out on the spot. The Humours of Bantry is called the Blackthorn Stick in Scotland, which title is used for another jig nowadays in Ireland, and was also the title of a reel Micha...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 787
[audio]The Liverpool, The Cuckoo's Nest - Leo Rowsome and His Irish Piper's Band
Irish bagpipes, violin, drum, HMV IM372. Two of this charming trio's recordings were reissued on the Classics of Irish Piping LP/CD. According to Sean Reid (who wrote the reissue's liner notes) it was an impromptu recording of Leo and two studio musicians who weren't players of Irish music, but read off charts Leo wrote out on the spot. These two hornpipes are old favorites, like the reels on the record's reverse...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 639
[audio]Mamma's Pet, My Love is On the Ocean - Tom Ennis and Redie Johnson
Irish bagpipes and accordion, Gennet 5054, John Muller - piano. Mam(m)a's Pet was also recorded around this time by fiddler Michael Coleman in great style. In O'Neill's this is called Timothy Downing's, after one of O'Neill's boyhood instructors; in the later book Waifs and Strays of Gaelic melody he also prints "Mama's Pet" from Mayo fiddler John McFadden. A Galway version was recorded by fiddle/flute player Gabe O'Sullivan on the 70s LP Joe and the Gabe, on the Green Linnet label...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Accordion
Downloads: 704
[audio]Gilda Ray Hornpipe - Shaun O'Nolan
Irish bagpipe solo, Columbia 33085-F. O'Nolan billed himself as the "Wicklow Piper," but his piping seems to have little in common with famous Leinster pipers such as the Doran brothers or Leo Rowsome; his charming punchy style is much more reminescent of others who recorded in America such as Tom Ennis. O'Nolan recorded a few piping solos in 1925-26 but his subsequent recorded output over the next five years were vocal discs, backed by a piano, sometimes with clarinet and violin thrown in...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 593
[audio]Roy's Wife - Fling - Tom Ennis
Irish pipes, unknown piano player, Columbia 33394-F, also released in England. This is a Scottish song, Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch, often played for the Highland Fling dance. Only one other piper recorded a fling on a 78, they were occasionally recorded by players of other instruments and groups. The mic was set too close to Tom's drones, causing a bit of distortion.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 821
[audio]Mullaney Favorite, Ladies' Pantalettes - Eddie Mullaney and Patrick Stack
Irish bagpipes and violin, Victor 79012. Stack was from Co. Kerry, and is listed as source for many tunes in Francis O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903). Mullaney was born in Chicago, his family moving back to Co. Mayo before returning to America. Their music is a fascinating blend of Stack's somewhat mournful and wailing fiddle, and Mullaney's clean piping, full of graces and trills, very typical of pipers recorded in America at this time...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 764
[audio]The Greencastle Hornpipe, The Quarrelsome Piper, The Harvest Home - Phil Martin
Irish bagpipes solo, Regal-Zonophone IZ 711. Martin was from Ballagh, Co. Fermanagh. He was a very dedicated piper, travelling far and wide to meet up with other musicians (despite being physically frail) and playing often on the radio, One person he inspired to take up the instrument was Sean MacAloon of Belfast, who taught many pipers in turn. Martin died in the late 30s at a young age. He usually played a flat set of pipes, pitch around 'C', but on this disc plays a concert 'D' set...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 516
[audio]Going to Mass Last Sunday, Bold Jack Donahue - Shaun O'Nolan
Irish bagpipes solo, unknown piano player, Columbia 33072-F. O'Nolan billed himself as the "Wicklow Piper," but his piping seems to have little in common with famous Leinster pipers such as the Doran brothers or Leo Rowsome; his charming punchy style is much more reminescent of others who recorded in America such as Tom Ennis. O'Nolan recorded a few piping solos in 1925-26 but his subsequent recorded output over the next five years were vocal discs, backed by a piano, sometimes with clarinet and...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 506
[audio]Harvest Home - Eddie Mullaney and Patrick Stack
Irish bagpipes and violin, Victor 79002. Stack was from Co. Kerry, and is listed as source for many tunes in Francis O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903). Mullaney was born in Chicago, his family moving back to Co. Mayo before returning to America. Their music is a fascinating blend of Stack's somewhat mournful and wailing fiddle, and Mullaney's clean piping, full of graces and trills, very typical of pipers recorded in America at this time...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 885
[audio]The Jolly Tinker - Michael Carney
Irish bagpipe solo, Columbia 33336-F. Carney was a flute player from Irishtown, Co. Mayo, from a family which included pipers; he emigrated to New York City and worked as a sandhog building the NYC subway system. A tunnel collapse left him in a wheelchair, and he took up the pipes, also making the instrument. He was friends with the great piper Patsy Touhey, and inherited Touhey's pipes after Touhey died in 1923...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 760
[audio]Four Courts of Dublin - Eddie Mullaney and Patrick Stack
Irish bagpipes and violin, Victor 79012. Stack was from Co. Kerry, and is listed as source for many tunes in Francis O'Neill's Music of Ireland (1903). Mullaney was born in Chicago, his family moving back to Co. Mayo before returning to America. Their music is a fascinating blend of Stack's somewhat mournful and wailing fiddle, and Mullaney's clean piping, full of graces and trills, very typical of pipers recorded in America at this time...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 980
[audio]Judy Hynes, Sullivan's Jig - Jimmie McLaughlin
Irish bagpipes solo, Gennet 5356, Federic D. Wood - piano. As far as I know no biographical information has come to light about McLaughlin. His piping has much in common with Tom Ennis's, lively danceable music cleanly played. Both of these jigs, down to the settings and regulator accompaniment, were also recorded by Ennis; Judy Hynes Ennis called Nancy Hynes, and a setting from his father's piping is in the Music of Ireland...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 602
[audio]The Cuckoo's Nest, The Tailor's Thimble - Reels - Shaun O'Nolan
Irish bagpipes solo, unknown piano player, Columbia 33081-F. O'Nolan billed himself as the "Wicklow Piper," but his piping seems to have little in common with famous Leinster pipers such as the Doran brothers or Leo Rowsome; his charming punchy style is much more reminescent of others who recorded in America such as Tom Ennis. O'Nolan recorded a few piping solos in 1925-26 but his subsequent recorded output over the next five years were vocal discs, backed by a piano, sometimes with clarinet and...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 696
[audio]Miss McLeod's - Leo Rowsome and His Irish Piper's Band
Irish bagpipes, violin, drum, HMV IM480. Two of this charming trio's recordings were reissued on the Classics of Irish Piping LP/CD. According to Sean Reid (who wrote the reissue's liner notes) it was an impromptu recording of Leo and two studio musicians who weren't players of Irish music, but read off charts Leo wrote out on the spot. One of the standard reels in old days. Francis O'Neill wrote of taking a trip home to Ireland in 1908 and hearing little else but "Miss McLeod and her brethren" ...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm; Fiddle
Downloads: 950
[audio]Trip to the Cottage - Tom Ennis
Irish bagpipes solo, Victor 21444, Ed Geoghegan at the piano. Ennis had recorded this as a duet with fiddler James Morrison in 1922. The music has a delightful skipping quality, with Geoghegan doubling the melody on piano in places, which we also hear him do backing up other musicians such as Michael Coleman.
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 507
[audio]The Cup of Tea, The Floggin' Reel - Phil Martin
Irish bagpipes solo, Regal-Zonophone IZ 711. Martin was from Ballagh, Co. Fermanagh. He was a very dedicated piper, travelling far and wide to meet up with other musicians (despite being physically frail) and playing often on the radio, One person he inspired to take up the instrument was Sean MacAloon of Belfast, who taught many pipers in turn. Martin died in the late 30s at a young age. He usually played a flat set of pipes, pitch around 'C', but on this disc plays a concert 'D' set...
Keywords: Irish; Celtic; Bagpipe; Uilleann; Folk; Oldtime; 78rpm
Downloads: 409
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